In Beijing, a conference is held for developers, and that’s where Xiaomi has announced a partnership with renowned Swedish company IKEA. This means that in the near future the whole range of intelligent lighting fixtures IKEA will be connected to the IoT platform Xiaomi. This is the first time IKEA will work with the Chinese. However, this is logical, because the Chinese company has long been known for their devices which include intelligence, and have a number of advantages over its competitors.
Close cooperation of both companies provides for the increase in the popularity of smart homes worldwide. Thus the appliances will go under the brand Xiaomi and IKEA. The main strategy of the Chinese company is to combine artificial intelligence technology and the Internet of speeches (AI + IoT). And after a few years they will be embedded in all that surrounds us. Hopefully, smart toilets and tables is not expected.
Recall that it is not a secret that Samsung plans to release a smartphone without a cut-out on the screen, but with a small hole under the camera. According to analysts, the presentation of the device should occur in February 2019. However, Huawei decided to overtake its rival, and in December 2018 will introduce a smartphone with exactly the same feature.
Earlier Znayu reported that Apple always unpleasantly surprised by the world worth their new devices. However, with the release of new, older models are significantly cheaper, and this case was no exception. iPhone 8 at the moment fell for Ukrainians to 40% of the initial price, and it can easily be purchased for 16-18 thousand.
Znayu wrote that black stripe Windows 10 continues. Immediately after Microsoft fixed the existing bugs, the users of the OSes I noticed another fault. Windows Media can’t use search.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.